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Blything Hundred: a study in the development of settlement, A.D.400-1400.

By P.M. Warner
Publisher: University of Leicester
Year: 1982
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  206. On the Site of the Bishopric of Elmham'
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  216. (1959). p.166; XXVII(ii) 1956 p.116. 2. 434841 Med. l3th-l4th cent. pottery, sherds of jug with tubular spout and thumb impressed base.
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  239. (1977). Portrait of a Bird Reserve, Minsmere
  240. possible Kiln site. P.S.I.A. XXXI(i) 1967 p.82. Med. sherds found on the beach in area close to site 1.
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  286. (1924). Site of "Portus Mans" Frostenden'
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  288. Site of farm marked on Hodskinson's map 1783. Possible green-side site. 3. 33887040 Med. & Post Med. Site of Bultude Lodge Farm, area of Peasenhall park.
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  300. Southwold and its vicinity
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